Countryside vs City Hotels
Many people look forward to a hotel stay and a luxurious and relaxing break away from their day to day lives. As they will be spending hard-earned money and in many cases using limited annual leave allowances, guests will be looking for the type of hotel break most suited to them. Hotels can be found all over the UK, in both cities and quiet countryside locations. So, which is the best choice for you?
City hotels offer their guests easy access to facilities such as shopping centres and galleries, with nightlife such as clubs and theatres nearby. A city hotel break is a good choice for guests looking for a fast-paced and action-packed short break, or those wanting to attend a concert or exhibition without needing to travel back to their home immediately afterwards.
A break in a countryside hotel offers guests the much-needed chance to completely de-stress and relax in a quiet and tranquil environment, away from the demands of modern life. Countryside hotels offer the glorious British countryside on their doorstep for guests to enjoy, and a luxurious retreat to return to after a day of exploring all that the countryside has to offer. Countryside hotels are often set in their own private grounds, providing a complete retreat from the outside world if guests require.
Some countryside hotels, such as Hedgefield House, are able to offer all the benefits of a countryside hotel stay with extensive, beautifully maintained gardens and access to picturesque countryside, but are still close enough to a major city for easy access to special events and cultural facilities. After a trip into the city, guests are able to return to the peace and quiet of the hotel setting to continue to unwind. Waking up to the sounds of birdsong – what could be better?